I have Adobe Reader or whatever to open PDF file for an electronic newspaper. It just does not open when I click on it; and I have no clue as to what to do.I would like to read some of the newspaper articles. Thanks for your help.
Did you try right click - open- open with Adobe . and as asked earlier, is your Adobe updated.
Thanks. Right clicking probably was the answer I needed to complete the open sesame. I do not know what allI I did because I am a flukey person.The first time I do something it works well but don't ask me how I did it or expect me to do it again-correctly. Call such success one of those things in life.
Hubpages does not have newspaper articles but when you are doing research,they are a reference source. Some information from newspapers never reach the internet unless someone reads it and finds it newsworthy to share on a website as an article or feature.An example is two boys[minors] who survived in the wild for thirty three days!Bear Gryll and others go out with camera crew.The boys' story is better than any Harry Potter novel.It will make your hair stand on end!I believe I can use events from their adventure in an upcoming novel- for which I am gathering information.
Meanwhile, I will try the right click idea.
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